The Atlas of Life(Coastal Wilderness) has been building a biodiversity database for our region over the last 10 years. We are in transition moving records from the Naturemapr platform to iNaturalist and are finding some of the data issues beyond our understanding, even with all the great help Scott Loarie has given us, so we are looking for support and advice so we can make the best decisions for the future of the project.
Are there any data experts in the iNat. community that might be able to work with us on this?
We are also trying to understand more about how to access our data in the Atlas of Living Australia(ALA) database, which is where all our records(340,000+) end up. We thought then perhaps the ALA, where all our records go once moderated, might be the solution to a central location of our decade long data gathering. However when I have tried to see our data on ALA, I find it almost impossible to get to it, and when I do, it seems that some metadata such as photographs have been lost. Is there anyone in the Forum who might help us work out a way to have all our records easily accessible?
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